iMAG Displays have taken delivery of the new range of disguise media servers; providing its users with the next-generation of graphics hardware for #video processing, #playback and #capture.
After some serious product exploring and understanding what product could go beyond the power of a single server solution into distributed systems, with multiple servers working as one to create a seamless immersive experience, there was only one answer.
Hello new #disguise gx 2c!
The legends at disguise launched the incredibly powerful gx 2c server at Infocomm 19 in Vegas!
The disguise product launch was the talk of the show and the gx 2c quickly ascended to the top of our #wishlist.
And in this industry tech dreams can come true… We are stoked to announce the addition of the of this global leader to our stock portfolio!
Here’s the science bit… Now concentrate!
The gx 2c server features even more GPU processing power, more capture and storage, as well as 10-bit and HDR support.
Creatives can now build environments with more particles, effects and richer scenes, at higher resolutions and even smoother frame rates.
The gx 2c can capture 8x 3G-SDI inputs, unlocking new workflows for broadcast and live events, where they will be able to utilise more live feeds than ever before.
The video inputs allow users to capture 2x2160p60 (2x4K@60) four times the capability of the predecessor, the gx 2. These inputs are also 10-bit capable, with the same low latency.
The gx 2c also has double the amount of media storage than the gx 2. The increased storage, combined with increased capture capabilities plus all the rendering power, will enable live events creatives to grow and expand their vision even further, pushing the boundaries of what is achievable.
The gx 2c also features disguise’s unique VFC technology, which allows users to output HDMI, SDI, DVI or DisplayPort without changing the system, as well as mix signal formats and resolution types in the same project. The gx 2c features two VFC slots and ships standard with the latest in disguise’s VFC technology, the HDMI 2.0 VFC cards.